Traditional bathrooms are very much in vogue and, with a few simple rules and styles, you can achieve the same design in your bathroom.
In many cases achieving a traditional bathroom setting can be quite complex when it is not understood. A traditional bathroom setting provides an elegant and inviting space for everyone.
Freestanding baths are a must in any traditional bathroom offering a statement feature and classical design.
The claw footed baths add a striking focal point in any bathroom design with the added bonus of making you feel like you are in a spa or sanctuary for the day.
The baths come in a variety of shapes, sizes and lengths to suit your space. Not only does the bath creates the right atmosphere, the matching bath taps add another elegant addition to the overall feel.
Traditional bathroom taps really insinuate the classical feel teamed with a luxurious roll top bath. The taps can be used with floor mounted pipe work or mounted neatly onto the bath its self. Freestanding baths look amazing in the middle of the bathroom to make it a real eye catching feature.
It is often difficult to find traditional bathroom furniture at an affordable price unless you put your own DIY skills to task and give the distressed feel to the units.
Bathroom furniture in a white gloss finish or black finish may not be the idealistic choice, however it will still provide a practical storage solution for the bathroom. Drawers and cupboards are great ways to hide clutter and create a larger bathroom area.
Oversized pieces create a very dramatic statement but floral wall design to compliment will make a creative impression. If you really want to achieve the Victorian era edge then opt for a chandelier which will give this effect.
Bathroom mirrors placed on a feature wall will make a grand decorative addition, after all a traditional bathroom fits in well with a touch of dramatic influence.
A little creativity and time will help you to achieve the traditional bathroom setting you have always wanted without breaking the budget. Imitating the Victorian look is easy and achievable and is the favoured style for many homes in 2012.
***This is a guest post from WD Bathrooms***